Before career day I wanted to be a aeronautic engineer, instead I got civil engineer, but I made it work. The money portion of career day was worth the experience. After I got all my initial needs taken care of, I got to use the money on whatever I wanted to. I admit I did go into some debt, but I got out of it by using my savings and got myself back into the positive numbers again. By going into debt, that showed me that managing your money responsibly is a really good idea to do.
For the reality store I learned that all the basic needs to raise a family including a car, housing, and insurance, all add up over time. And paying off student loans if you went to college can really be costly to you. We also had an unemployed spouse and some people had children, so having to benefit a family on your own can be hard, because you don't have that second pay check to help you with needs.
For the speeches in the afternoon I got to see different careers and the skills that are behind them. First I went and learned about all the different jobs that included math and science and how important it is to understand those to subjects in certain jobs, so you don't make errors. Second I went and listened to a South Central graduate that is majoring in graphic designing and his story about how he got to where he is now. Third I got to go and learn about the medical field, and what levels of education you need for that certain ranking, when is it best to start, and what do those people do in their job.
Donald Trump wants to help with higher education, more affordable healthcare, and the right to bare arms. America should vote for Donald Trump to be president.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton debating on what’s best for education. According to NASFAA Donald Trump would fight for debt and tuition-free for higher public education. Although Hillary Clinton will be willing to have tuition free for colleges, the students for exchange will have to contribute at least 10 hours a day for the free tuition. Students that have a job to take care of on top of school, would have a hard time working and taking the ten hours of school. But, Donald Trump will have the debt and tuition free for the regular amount of time. He would make sure that the students that have a job can do their classes and also get to there jobs.
Hillary Clinton’s health care coverage will cost America a lot of money. According to A Guide to the Clinton Health Plan, “Americans are concerned about how the Clinton Plan will affect not only their health care, but also their pocketbooks. Even though Hillary Clinton wants to change parts of the health care system, think about how expensive the cost of her health plan could be.” In the article they said, “...40 percent of all Americans with insurance would be paying more for their health care premiums...” Donald Trump wants to make healthcare more affordable and improve the quality of healthcare for Americans instead, of making it more expensive.
Donald Trump disagrees with taking guns away from people, but he will keep guns away from people on the watch list. According to the website, “On the Issue” a reporter asked, “ You've talked about wanting to keep the terror watch list but, under current law, individuals on the terror watch list and the no-fly list have been allowed to buy guns and explosives. Are you OK with that?” Donald Trump’s response was, “We have to have a watch list, but we have the laws already on the books as far as Second Amendment for guns, if people are on a watch list or people are sick, this is already covered in the legislation that we already have.” In the 2nd Amendment of the Constitution it says we have the right to bare arms. Donald Trump agreed with the Constitution, even though he will try to keep guns out of the hands of people on the watch list, because the people on the list lost the privilege to own a gun.
Donald Trump would make higher education debt and tuition free, he won’t take guns away, and instead of making healthcare more expensive, he wants to make it more affordable. Donald Trump would be a better president than Hillary Clinton.